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of last year, we see no evidence of that. clayton: all right. so there is so much to unpack here. on the one hand, yes, no evidence of
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lucien were russian interference is real
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2 i think on the big picture he is
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situation with james comey. the president has authority to take action. ainsley: the president thank goodness he has the authority to hire attorneys. if mueller is going after him and his character he is saying i'm going to fight back. no investigation here. the fbi, james comey, former
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fbi director said three times in his meetings with him we're not investigating you. steve: you are not under investigation. so far they have been investigating over a year no evidence of collusion. we know and we were talking to the author of the new book that came out a couple months out called shattered on the night hillary clinton lost the presidency. it was a advised by robby mook and john podesta that they would say essentially continued that narrative to today. look how it's manifested itself. extraordinary. brian: one of the most extraordinary under reported things. not unreported but under reported things that came out of james comey's testimony was i knew after i found out what the president thought, when he tweeted out, i said i woke up in the middle of the night and i said i have got to go source close to james comey. he put together. he gave up diary notes.
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and he put together what he said happened between him him and the president. and at the end of it he said i knew if i released this it would result in a special counsel. oh, really, guess who is running a special counsel. great reputation. worked together for 30 years hand in hand. he says wait a second. you put this out there. now the president has got to feel as though he has got to get a fair shake at this? which is dangerous. especially if you look at the quality of criminal attorneys. criminal attorneys. going to examine the trump administration. ainsley: hired my call on a part time basis. his specialty is criminal matters. he argued 100 cases plus before the supreme court. so he is extremely prepared. then andrew wiseman, also, he was the chief of the fraud section of doj's criminal division. he was also hired by mueller.
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ainsley: the president saying i'm going to fight back. he thinks he is innocent so he says i'm fighting. steve: as well he should. clearly he was trying to work the reps in the form of robert mueller. look at all this stuff i'm going to show you on tv. it was obstruction of justice. circumstantial that is what he is trying to push that particular case. newt gingrich was on yesterday on "fox news sunday." ultimately at the end of the day as you look at the back of our heads, the investigators in this thing, you can't trust him. >> first of all, look what comey said. comey said i deliberately looked through an intermediary to create this counsel, who happens to be one of his closest friends. then look at who mueller is starting to hire. these are people that frankly look to me like they are setting up to go after trump. including people by the way who have been reprimanded for hiding from the defense representation in two major cases. i think this is going to be a witch-hunt. i distrust independent counsels. i think the people mueller
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is bringing in are dangerous people. any republican who thinks this counsel is going to be neutral is crazy. it will be like expecting the post on the "new york times" to be accurate. brian: that is as focused as intense as i have seen newt gingrich in a long time. is he absolutely convinced it coulit could go awry. he said i was concerned back in july when loretta lynch said to me. just review. i have got to go in front of congress senate subcommittee. i was wondering, you don't mind, i'm going to call this investigation an investigation, and update everybody on what i'm doing with hillary clinton. loretta lynch says hey, wait a second, don't use the term investigation. use the term matter. and everybody's fireworks went off and said wait a second, you say that behind closed doors and now you are saying it in front of everyone. why aren't we looking into that. ainsley: even dianne feinstein she has called yesterday for an investigation into the former attorney general,
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loretta lynch, listen to this. >> i would have a queazy feeling too though to be candid with you. i think we need to know more about that. there is only one way to know about it, and that's to have the judiciary committee take a look at that. ainsley: were you all surprised by that? brian: believe me, look for the republicans, the democratic support it seems to go heavily, the judiciary committee especially go heavily after this lynch connection. there is a memo from the dnc to the attorney general whatever do you don't go ahead and go after hillary clinton. they are going to ask to see that memo. if it doesn't exist they want to know why. perhaps it was brought up behind closed doors. ainsley: there is talk it is fake. see what the investigation brings forth. comey said lynch asked him to down play the investigation as merely a matter. this is not an investigation into hillary clinton, please call it a matter. brian: that's politics. steve: when james comey tried to convince congress the reason i'm reopening
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this email thing is memo that shows collusion between the department of justice and the dnc. he never specified lindsey graham said yesterday it might be fake. that's the thing. is it a fake memo? is it fake news? what is it? maybe we will find out if they get to the bottom of loretta lynch. brian: let's see comey's notes on that. meanwhile let's see what jillian. jillian: it was good. how was your weekend? ainsley: it was good. jillian: terrifying moments thousands of feet in the air plane packed with people forced to make an emergency landing overnight after a massive hole rips open in the engine during takeoff. >> lift engine made a funny sound. sounded like it dropped a pistol or something. >> some of our friends smelt burning. it was really loud and did -- then they started moving everyone from the left side of the plane over and shutting the windows. >> so blessed it wasn't much worse than it looked. >> we really had no idea.
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jillian: the china eastern flight headed to shanghai forced to circle for an hour before landing safely back in sydney. the cause of the damage is under investigation. in just hours the supreme court could rule on whether to enforce president trump's border order. the issue is the pause on citizen from muslim majority nations about religion or national security. the trump administration says the executive order puts america first and will allow time to come up with a tougher vetting process. those against it have until 3:00 this afternoon to file a response. the white house set to unveil a major program to revamp your work place and ivanka trump is leading the way. workforce development week. training programs and expand apprenticeships. the administration will take steps to make those programs more cost efficient. ivanka trump will be joining us in the next hour right here on "fox & friends" to discuss it. so, make sure you stay tuned for that. and the first family reunited. first lady melania trump and
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son barron have officially moved into the white house. they were waiting for the 11-year-old to finish the school year in new york city. melania tweeting this photo from inside the white house with the caption looking forward to the memories we will make in our new home. that's a look there at your headlines this morning, guys. so that's the moment that we have been talking about for a while and it has official happened. steve: because he is out of school and now they can move on down south. jillian: now they are in d.c. brian: today marks the one-year anniversary since the deadliest terrorist attack on u.s. soil since 9/11. new documentary out tells the harrowing story of what happened that night in orlando. >> called the news media and tried to let them know to get a message across that america needs to stop bombing isis in syria. brian: film maker behind the documentary. here with the stories we have not heard. steve: this high school student wanted to make his yearbook great again if we drop the banner that you can see that he is wearing a
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>> i remember being in the far corner and everybody in front of me crop one by one like flies.
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everybody dropping to the floor. brian: today marks a year believe it or not since deadly terror attack on u.s. soil since 9/11 when a man pledging allegiance to isis walked into orlando nightclub injured dozens more. tells the story from the victims themselves. charlie is that film maker behind 49 pulses. charlie joins us right now. charlie, what prompted you to go down there and recreate this moment and really examine what happened? >> well, brian, i have made 23 documentaries since 2010, most of them represent innocent people who have been murdered. i'm here to give them a voice. brian: what about what did you discover when you went down there. >> well, a lot of victims are upset at the length of time. it took three hours and 12 minutes for the shooter to be taken down. in 1999, because of columbine the swat policy changed where you are supposed to go in and get the active shooter rather than surround and containment. >> there is n to happen in 2016. brian: we will leave it to
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the law enforcement experts. the terrorists, the guy that we should focus on, this guy this guy swore allegiance to isis. he killed in the name of allah, why? >> we have been seeing disturbing brian. look at all the incidents in the last few years. paris, brussels, arianna grande closer to home. orlando, san bernardino. one way that i think we could beat isis is not talk about them. i think it creates copy cats so every time isis is mentioned we are feeding their ego. it creates copy cats. brian: it's interesting. do you not mention the killer's name, the terrorist name. >> i do not mention in the movie, yes. brian: we know ramadan started and guess what happened, two attacks in paris. might have had one in ther in the landinnetherlands over te weekend. what it was like going from a night of partying to a night of terror. >> i think i found out later on call the news media and
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let them know to get a message across that america needs to stop bombing isis in syria. well, we heard that we are like oh my god, is this really what we are hearing? >> when he said he had bombs to light up a city block, at that point i thought make peace with god and peace with myself. brian: when you went down there, obviously these people and others in the area, they are still traumatized by it, right? >> absolutely. today being the one year remembrance. that's what the victims want to call it just a few hours ago, 2:00 a.m. eastern time, about 200 mourners were out at the pulse. my cameraman was there getting shots. we are going to have a full day of remembrance to honor the victims today. brian: so awesome. so glad you are focusing on them because that's what it is about and we have to stop it. 49 pulses.com to find out more. you are going to submit to sundance. thanks a lot, charlie. brian: we move ahead. this high school wanted to make yearbook great again but the yearbook edited out trump from his photo. now he is not the only one
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booed while being honored at the puerto rico can day parade. claimed responsibility for more than 100 bombings across the u.s. while that was happening puerto rico cans overwhelmingly voted to become the 51st state. congress has the final say on whether or not that happens. we will have to see. steve? steve: thank you very much, ainsley. a new jersey high school under fire after president trump's name is removed from two students' yearbook photos. you can see them wearing the name on their clothing. another student's quote from the president also excluded. now, the school says they have no policy preventing students from expressing their political views. and it was all within the dress code. so, what happened, exactly? joining us now is one of those censored students. high school junior wyatt dobbervich joins us in studio. >> good morning. steve: have you class later on today. >> yes. i'm going to make it in time. steve: tell us what you
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know. you got your yearbook when. >> last week at about wednesday. steve: all right. you opened it up. very excited to see that sweater that you are wearing right now. >> yes. steve: what did you see? >> it wasn't there. it was cropped out of the yearbook as well as my sister's quote was cropped out of -- was not put into the yearbook. steve: right. we should -- and we can put up the images. it wasn't just that your photo was cropped. somebody photo shopped trump off that it wasn't just with you, was it. >> it was with another student in my grade. and so when you put all these stories together, there is definitely something going on. there is the deliberate attempt to censor and to silence someone's freedom of speech. steve: all right. when you realized and there is the other student, his name is grant? >> grant, yes. steve: clearly grant's shirt has been photo shopped. >> it's so blatant. steve: no doubt what happened there. the big question is what happened? any idea. >> i don't know. i guess someone didn't like our president and wanted to
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not have him in the yearbook. that's taking away mine, grant's and my sister's freedom of speech and freedom of expression. steve: sure. keep in mind donald trump is the president of the united states today. it's a part of history. it's not like they can just photo shop that away. >> exactly. steve: he is the president. maybe somebody doesn't appreciate that back in the photo shop department. >> this is where i think everything going on in today's country, this is where it has got to end. you can call anyone names, you can say whatever you want, but censoring someone's freedom of speech and freedom of expression is where we have got to stop where this stuff happens. it's insane. steve: sure. we have got an image of your sister who is the freshman class president? >> correct. steve: she submitted a quote and it was like i like thinking big. if you are going to be thinking anything, you might as wealthas as wealthy big. quote didn't put it in
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there. something seems kind of fishy. >> something is a little fishy. steve: we should also point out that the school district said the allegations are disturbing. ingreed the administration applauds students becoming involved in politics, making their voices known and taking active part in our democracy. there is a statement right there. so i understand your mom is going to meet with school officials later today to try to figure out what happened. >> yes. steve: what do you want to happen? >> i think that it would only be fair to make sure that all the yearbooks are reissued with our photos fully intact the way it should be and with my sister's quote into the yearbook. i think also that the people or person who did this should be held responsible because it is a violation of mine and other people's first amendment rights. and that's wrong. steve: so essentially you want to find out hot photo shopper is. you want to unmask them. >> i want to unmask the photo shopper. steve: the meeting is later today and we will share tomorrow with our "fox &
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friends" viewers what happened. wyatt, thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: what do you think about that? email us at "fox & friends." the mainstream media says the weekend's massive protests across the country were anti-muslim. but were they? >> are you out here protesting against islam or against sharia law. >> against sharia law. i have nothing against islam. steve: pete hegseth was there he heard what the mainstream media won't tell you and he is going to share it next. pride denied a teenager blocked from walking at graduation in his military uniform. how the school is trying to spin that one. but, first, happy birthday to former president george herbert walker bush. he has got 93 candles on his cake down in houston today. ♪ ♪ go on raise the flag ♪ i got stars in my eyes ♪ ine.
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♪ get by with a little help from my friends ♪ all i need is ♪ i get by with a little help from my friends. steve: this weekend was fox fan weekend. people from all over the country flew to new york to be with us. let's start in the beginning. there is janice and also ainsley and little ainsley's baby hayden and me wearing the fox fan sunglasses. there are the doocy's girls. sally came up up. great food for the clan. is that jillian? brian, that's rob schmidt and who are you with, brian? brian: that's the fox guy. ainsley: fox bot. there is janice. swinging. you look -- good form. january january okay, good. pete: i was there but thanks for inincluding me.
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brian: i had my family pictures too. i guess they didn't make. pete: didn't make the cut. brian: just so you know my family got older. apes ains we will show pictures throughout the morning. that's a tease. stay tuned. brian: won't see any pictures. steve: many protest sharia law over the weekend as a protest against islam. >> the clashes erupting into brawls here at home over islam. >> protesters and counter protesters squaring off across the country tonight either against the threat of islamic law or in defense of muslim americans. >> activists say anti-sharia groups promote distorted view of islam. brian: what? do you want me to read? ainsley: that's your segment. it says brian. brian: it did? i didn't see my name on that. would you roll it back? i didn't see my name on it that doesn't paint accurate picture. ainsley: pete hegseth went out to the protesters to talk to them to find out
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what they were really protesting. pete: we knew that's how the mainstream media would characterize it. 28 of these protests across the country. one here in folly square in new york city. i went down there. let's ask the protesters themselves why they are there. and this is what they said. >> there is a protest going on to -- protest sharia law which is an extreme version of islam. >> i don't think that killing people or mistreating woman is a religion. pete: are you out here protesting against islam or against sharia law. >> against sharia law. i have nothing against islam. >> i want to make sure that we're aware of everything that sharia is, everything extremist islam stands for. and we are aware of the dangers. pete: are you here to protest against islam? >> it's not against islam. it's against sharia law. >> every islam come from their law. we need to stop that already. america has to be a strong about this. >> it's not about being against muslims.
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it's just being against the ideology of, i guess, murdering homosexuals and treating women as a second class, maybe under second class citizen. just dehumanizing. >> over in britain they were just frogs boiling in water and now they are dead. >> critics will say you are anti-muslim refresh your recollection anti-muslim? >> absolutely not. what needs to happen is really a reformation of religion from the inside and i feel like that needs to start with muslims. so we need muslims. the fact is that none of these people would want to kick out muslims from this country. that's not what we are about here. at least that's my understanding of america. steve: pete, who organized this event? pete: organization called act for america. ultimately a number of different organizations that came together to say hey, we are not against islam. we are patriots. we love this country. we see what happens in europe when we don't have the kind of commitment to a shared collective identity. we want to make sure that the radical forms of sharia law don't make their way quietly or silently into america. we are going to stand up for
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our first amendment rights. brian: the people that were against that protest were against in support of honor killing? in support of disrespect guys? do you know what these people actually subscribe to with sharia law. >> of course, if they really understood what sharia law do to people they wouldn't be out there counter protesting. brian: embarrassed for them. pete: should be. ainsley: why are the media saying. this they are anti-islam. they are anti-sharia law. pete: dip your toe into the water anti-muslim. when you talk to these people they know what they're protesting against. it's not islam. obey the constitution not a separate set of laws. steve: welcome back. "fox & friends weekend." brian: i guess he was there. steve: spent a lot of time with him. brian: again, i will take your word to it. steve: jillian has the headlines. jillian: good morning, pete, good morning to you at home. man freed after 17 years in prison thanks to a suspect
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that not only looks exactly like him but get this they have the same first name. richard jones on the left was convicted in armed robbery in kansas back in 1999, this is based on eyewitness testimony. lawyers sent out a picture of doppelganger on the right you can see during a recent court hearing. the same witness couldn't tell them apart. now the other man who lived near the crime scene testified that he wasn't the robber. interesting turn of events there. so a high school student barred from walking at graduation because of his service uniform. harlan fletcher, a u.s. army reserve medic, said he was originally told it was okay to wear his army blues. when he showed up to the ceremony in california, administrators turned him away. >> they said they had extra cap and gown i said sorry, i can't do that. that's defacing the uniform. that's against the uniform policy. jillian: the school has apologized to fletcher. thanking him for his service. food critics sparking
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outrage online saying you shouldn't eat chick-fil-a. ryan sutton's article criticized food chain for christian values and conservative views. the backlash was swift. ashley tweeting quote, why? because it's delicious? because they pay their employees well? treat customers with respect? i will eat there twice today. basically you hate chick-fil-a because of the founder's beliefs that's bigotry. someone tweeting picture with at caption me at chick-fil-a. real life political drama playing out on the stage. rushing to drop taxpayer funded in the park. this after a play portrayed president trump being brutally assassinated. delta airlines and bank of america both ending their sponsorship of the public theater julius caesar. joined by someone who saw the play in person.
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steve: the "new york times" and also american express still sponsoring that event. ainsley: and use public dollars it's a public theater. steve: jillian, thank you very much. brian: that's why i would stay home and watch netflix. steve: you are using my password. january january is that happening? you use his password? no just kidding. ainsley: big weekend for janice over the weekend. steve: i was talking to your husband yesterday and turns out he got remarried this weekend. january january he did. it's been 10 years. we got married at city hall 10 years ago and my husband a few months ago, we were catching up on the kid's day. we have a big anniversary coming up. maybe we should get married at church. make it legitimate. and i thought that was a beautiful idea. my kids got to take part in the wedding. father gary holy trinity you were west side hosted the beautiful event that we had. joshua zuckerman. beautiful pictures here. there he is father gary. special. we are not really, really
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religious but religion has been part of our lives. we are catholic. after we baptized our kids and then matthew went through his holy first communion we thought it would be really special to do it in the church. and it really was. you can't even really explain it. but it just feels so special to be in, you know, the house of god. and to make it legitimate. steve: we get it, the doocys. mr. and mrs. doocy renewed our vows in the church. i think our 15th anniversary. january january i highly recommend it. our love is very strong. we have been through a lot in these last 10 years, a lot. and to have our kids there i mean matthew was altar boy. father gary made sure all the kids there participating. beautiful flower girls there and special moment. brian: no one on objected january january. no thank goodness. up to the last minute. could have been the runaway bride on the you were west side the it didn't happen. brian: could have been judge napolitano shown up and
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created chaos. january january thank you for the pictures. thank you for everybody taking part and sending wonderful messages on facebook and twitter. ainsley: he is a firefighter. january january thank you if you are watching. here is to another 50. brian: 18 minutes now before the top of the hour. next on our rundown, another democrat cursing up a storm. >> a has he kept any of these promises? no. [bleep] no. brian: have the dems gone too far? we'll debate it with the woodhouse brothers and hopefully they will keep it clean. ainsley: the white house set to unveil a major jobs plan today. ivanka trump will be here at the top of the hour. steve: excellent. ♪ thanks for making me finer ♪ things work a little bit faster ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ainsley: another democrat using the stage to can you say up a storcuss up astorm andt trump. >> has he kept any of these promises? no. [bleep] no. [laughter] instead. [ applause ] sorry. i understand this is a younger audience. it's okay. fundamentally, if we are not helping people, we should go [bleep] home. ainsley: new york senator kristin jill grand keeping with the trend cussing the president. go too far. the woodhouse brothers are with us brad woodhouse and dallas woodhouse. thank you, brothers, for being with us. >> good morning. ainsley: all right, brad, because you are a democrat, she is a democrat, do you defend her on this?
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>> absolutely. look, i don't have -- look, i don't have a problem with it first of all, if you are going to sit here and criticize democrats for using this language, and you didn't criticize donald trump for using the same language on the campaign trail, for using the same language in his public discourse, then you are a partisan hypocrite. look, we are in the trump era of discourse of political discourse in this country. this is a man who cursed his way to the nomination. cursed his way to the white house, who incited violence against his -- against protesters at his rallies. i halderly think democrats should apologize for reflecting the frustrations of the american people at his failed presidency. ainsley: dallas, what was your reaction to this? >> you know, granted, if i were the democrats and i would put all my eggs in the basket over former fbi director comey and i was embarrassed the way they were this week with, you know, basically trump being vindicated, i would
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probably. >> you have got to be kidding. i tell you this is amazing to me. >> you want to make this a discussion of comey. >> brad, i know that you guys are classless but please let me finish. you know, we just had our north carolina republican state convention, and we would be -- our speakers would be shouted off the stage. they would be pulled off the stage, our crowds would go crazy if people used that kind of language, talking about any president, democrat or republican. i think it is vile. i think it is embarrassing to their party and i think there is no excuse for it. >> let me say something, dallas. >> i know they are frustrated but here's the thing. there is a lot to be happy about in this country. consumer confidence suspect. the economy is going -- unemployment is going down. and i just don't understand this vile anger that they have just because of the political position that they are in due to their own cause. ainsley: brian, i want tobrad it your reaction after i read. this this is from "the washington post. she talked about having
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anxiety dreams shortly after the inauguration and stressing friend's daughter who tried to sell her girl scout cookies oh my -- i don't like to use the lord's name in vain oh my g-o-d. i have got to blanking order those cookies. talking about girl scout book cooks. john karr seinfeld in comedy if you cuss it's a crutch. bad language like this it's a sign that you are not so smart there are so many other words that you could replace it with. brad, how did we get to this point that our politicians are using the f word several times on a stage and making the excuse that hey, you are all young so you talk like this anyway, i'm going to try to relate to you. >> well, look, first of all, i think people are, many politicians are reflecting the anxiety and the anger that the american people have in this president. this president is a failure. there is not one thing that you mentioned dallas, unemployment rate, consumer confidence, anything else that's attributable to him. he hasn't passed one piece of significant legislation.
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he has not accomplished anything. in his president. >> pulled out all these climate change bureaucracies anything kill jobs. >> he hasn't accomplished anything in his presidency. you are a bald faced liar when you say people would walk out. people did not walk out on donald trump when he told people in new hampshire to go f themselves. ainsley: dallas, the last word, quickly. >> i would just say that she excuses the fact that are young people at republican events. we have a lot of children, we just wouldn't put up with it. >> you wouldn't put up with it if trump did it. ainsley: i mean, i can't even believe this is a discussion. politicians shouldn't be using the f word. and i hope y'all would agree with me on that. we have kids to raise. i don't want my daughter saying that word. >> it's horrible, it's horrible. ainsley: thank you so much for being with us. a florida sheriff not mincing words when it comes to terrorism. >> fully understand this is war. you better be prepared to wage war to protect you, your family, and those around you if attacked.
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message is a potent one. that is you have got to be ready because you don't know when somebody is going to come after you, right? >> that's exactly right. the video was about preparedness. we want our citizens to understand that there is no way to predict where the next attack is coming from or even the next active shooter. we want our citizens to be prepared to be the first line of defense. and that's what the video really spoke to. ainsley: sheriff, what's the reaction from community? >> it's been very positive. in fact, yesterday, we went through and looked at not only the comments but the likes and dislikes on it and less than 1% of the people that -- that were on our facebook page, but less than 1% disliked it everybody else loved it the comments were overwhelmingly positive. brian: we're watching london, we are watching paris, we are watching brussels. we see the average citizen of that country are sitting ducks. they become victims. we think about orlando, a year ago today, victims just sitting there because the terrorist has the gun. you want to stop that. >> i do. you know, the best law
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enforcement agencies in the country have response times in minutes. a violent criminal can take your life in a second. we need our citizens to be well prepared to emergency plan. if they are conceal carry holder. carry their gun with them. it's not doing any good at the house or in the car. carry it where it's allowed to be carried. and no matter if you are somebody that carries it concealed or don't, have a plan. have a secondary weapon or even look to environmentally arm with things that are in the room or in your meeting environment. steve: that's good advice. brian: these terrorists don't want you to fight back so you have got them to put them on the defensive. they not only don't want you to fight back they are not prepared to fight back. their plan falls to pieces. steve: no kidding. sheriff wan wayne ivey joins us from florida. >> thanks for having me. ainsley: thank you for your service. big week ahead in the white house. ivanka trump will have a major part in it. she is here to tell us all about it coming up next.
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♪ ♪ >> one blockbuster hearing is in the books and now another is on the way. >> attorney general jeff sessions will now testify before the senate intelligence committee on tuesday. >> he's going to be asked to explain why he met, if indeed he did, with ambassador kis kyslak of russia. dianne feinstein has questions for former attorney general loretta lynch who told the fbi director to call the clinton investigation a matter. >> i think we need to know more about that. >> in just a matter of hours, the supreme court could rule on whether to enforce president trump's travel orders. >> the white house set to unveil a major program to revamp your work place and ivanka trump is leading the way. it's workforce development week. >> a new jersey high school under fire after president trump's name is removed from two students' yearbook photos. >> people or person who did this should be held responsible because it was
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deliberate attempt to censor and to silence someone's freedom of speech. >> big weekend for janice. >> we got married at city hall 10 years ago and my husband we have a big anniversary coming up. mane we should get married at church it feels so special to be, you know, in the house of god. ♪ ♪ ♪ steve: live from studio f it's "fox & friends" for a monday. a very special guest right over here on the new curvey couch. look, it's ivanka trump special advisor to president donald j. trump. >> it's so nice to be here. >> i join you almost every morning, just not on the couch. ainsley: what do you think
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of the new studio. >> it's amazing. the people, the location, the studio it's great. a pleasure to be here. brian: how often flu new york these days? >> i don't get here nearly as often as i would like. so,. brian: main difference? >> little bit busy down in washington. steve: have you been spending a lot of time in the swamp. >> very busy. i actually came up for an amazing occasion. my sister-in-law, laura, had a baby shower, which was very. steve: i saw the pictures. >> it was great. we had an amazing time. all family and just everyone came in for it and it was really sweet. i brought my daughter arabella who asked me if we were bringing theodore to have him showered. i realized baby shower is not an explanatory term. never heard it before. brian: certain things you can't google. >> where is theodore why isn't he coming? brian: 9 million people were watching in the middle of the day. we lost 33% of our productivity because everyone was watching james
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comey speak. >> yeah. brian: what do you think came out of that? where did you watch it? what do you think emerged? >> well, my father felt very vindicated. and all the statements that he has been making and feels incredibly optimistic. you know, at the white house and throughout the administration, we were incredibly focused on the reason we all went to washington. steve: sure. >> what we are fighting for. so last week, while it didn't get the level of headlines, will ultimately have more impact infrastructure week. focusing on rebuilding this country. rebuild rural locations which have fallen into great disrepair. repair our waterways, air traffic control. so there were a series of very important and big and far reaching initiatives on infrastructure. this coming week is about workforce development. so with all the noise with all the intensity of the media coverage and obviously what makes headlines
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ultimately, we are really focused on why the american people elected donald trump as their president. ainsley: people say jobs, jobs, jobs. that's why you your dad, secretary of labor you are dog wisconsin tomorrow to meet with kids taking classes at technical schools? >> we are visiting one of the great examples of skilled based learning and skilled based education technical schools in wisconsin to talk about the skills gap and to highlight the fact that there is a viable path other than a four year college experience. so, really investing in vocational education. skill based training. there are 6 million available american jobs. so we're constantly hearing from ceos that they have job openings but they don't have workers with the skill set they need to fill those jobs. really bridging that gap and bringing experienced based education to the forefront. so apprenticeship, actually.
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that's the model. steve: your dad knows it well. >> something we deemphasized here in favor of four year traditional college. they don't have to be mutually exclusive. steve: as somebody who has run her own business, this something personal to you. i'm sure there have been situations where we love to hire people but we can't find the people who have the right skill set. >> it's true. while it's not a woman's issue, it disproportionately affects women and minorities especially when you think out into the future where the available jobs today and the future jobs are coming from. a lot of the them are in stem related fields, stins, engineering. computer science. steve: train them today for the jobs of tomorrow. >> women, for example, while we represent 47% of the overall workforce, we only make up 23% of stem-related occupations. so, we're moving in the wrong direction in terms of our participation and that's something ultimately we need to change.
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encourage k-12 but also retraining for workers whose jobs have been displaced. so we have a huge emphasis on it this week. it's critically important. i think we can make a very big impact. brian: not only this week for the administration but in your book, you put your money where your mouth is you have had women who work out there breaks down this whole issue basically from the female perspective. because you have gotten a real handle on it in the big picture, the 62% of the workforce that's working is more important than the unemployment number perhaps. because a lot of people can work. they can't find a job that matches up with their skills. in some cases they choose not to work. >> yeah. and we need the full participation. so many people are also working jobs that are part time. and it's enormous problem in this country. the number of part-time workers who are working two and three jobs that collectively they are making less than when they worked one job that's been replaced.
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and they don't have access to leave for vacation to holidays, to traditional benefits. that's another probable we are looking address. steve: this week the white house is going to be talking about these things. next week congress takes over and there is a bipartisan bill that could inject a billion dollars into this. >> the perkins act. and it's been -- it's a very good piece of legislation. so, they are refining it and extending it but it's all about skills based education and really making sure people have the technical skills to succeed in this modern economy. steve: terrific. >> we are very excited. and this is honestly what it's all about. i mean we, you know, we moved down to washington. we want to be helpful. we want to do big things. important things. and there is nothing more important than enabling people. brian: is it harder than you thought though, is it harder than you thought to stick to the things that you want to do because of what keeps
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coming up. whether it's the russia investigation or something else? >> it is hard. and there is a level of viciousness that i was not expecting. i was not expecting the intensity of this experience. but this isn't supposed to be easy. my father's administration intends to be transformative. and we want to do big, bold things. and we're looking to change the status quo. so, i didn't expect it to be easy. i think some of the distractions and some of the ferocity i was a little blind sided by on a personal level. i'm trying to keep my head down, not listen to the noise and just work really hard to make a positive impact in the lives of many people. i mean, if you want to at the end of the day if you want to think about difficult, it's the factory worker who has been laid off.
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difficult is, you know, the mother who has lost a child to opioid abuse. so these are the real challenges. i think that does put it in perspective for me. every time we get out into the country and meet with american people who are very optimistic about what's happening. and they see the economy and it's just booming. small businesses have this sense of just vigor and, you know, i was talking with somebody the other day who was referring to it as the animal spirit. small business owner has been released. so there is a tremendous energy but there is also real challenges. and that's what we're looking to address. ainsley: your father had his first foreign trip. >> >> yes. ainsley: what were some of the highlights of that trip for you. >> that was incredible trip. ainsley: jared was there? >> yes. jared was instrumental in organizing and planning it. it was wildly successful. saudi arabia alone, if you think about the historic nature of gathering 54
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muslim and arab leaders to talk about the goal of eradicating terrorism. collective effort. it was amazing the leadership that my father showed, the way he was able to foster really dialogue. substantive dialogue that not only resulted in $400 million of business, for american businesses, which was an amazing thing in and of itself, but the fact that there was able to be the substantive dialogue with these 54 leaders about how they will collectively join to stop funding terrorism. there are commitment signs where they would be coordination to ensure that nobody was funding -- steve: and then from saudi arabia, the direct flight into israel made hills industry. >> yes. steve: that it never happened before. >> first time a sitting president was at the western wall and had visited. ainsley: what it was it like for you. you converted to judaism. your faith is extremely
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important to you. what was it like as a convert to be there in israel and to meet with benjamin netanyahu, the prime minister? >> every day in this experience has been surreal but that was truly an unbelievable moment. so i feel blessed and privileged to have been there it was deeply personal for me as you know to standing at the western wall in a moment of privacy because it was really just us. it was our family that was there. it was beyond special. so really it's hard for each of these moments, it's hard to find the words to adequately be able to describe them. then to move on to rome and to meet with the pope. so to have covered the three largest world religions over the course of four days, it was deeply meaningful. steve: the reviews came in and everybody said he did such a good job, very presidential. i want to ask you though personally. you have lived most of your
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life here in new york city. now you have relocated to a nice neighborhood in washington, d.c. it seems like every time you go outside to get a cup of coffee or take the kids out to the park or something like that, people are taking pictures of you. >> that is a weird experience. steve: right? >> every day there are photographers. steve: look what she is wearing. >> i'm looking for alternative routes out of my home but you know, there is a scrutiny and there is an interest that exceeds anything i have ever experienced before. but, d.c. has been an amazing place. the kids are thriving. and ultimately for me, that's the number one most important thing. if the kids weren't happy, it would be very hard for me. steve: no kidding. ainsley: they really love it down there. steve: does your husband like his job? >> he loves it. talk about impact. you saw the results of so much of his hard work on display in saudi arabia and in israel and subsequently in rome.
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but, you know, aside from what he is doing on the foreign policy front, also the various initiatives he is focused on at home, really thinking about modernizing and innovating within government. we saw just this week an incredible announcement with secretary shull ki shulkins inne their operations with the department of defense which is something they have been trying to do for 20 years so there could be continuous care for our soldiers as they leave service. so this is arguably the most important thing that'sed adminiy within the v.a. in decades. and it just shows, you know, there is a real focus on getting things done. and getting big things done. and obviously my father has made taking care of our veterans his highest priority. and just laser beam focused on it. brian: what about the talk of jared clashing with the inside?
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is any of that true? >> there is 24-hour news cycle that gets fed by -- and is encouraged by lots of salacious details. at the end of the day, we are all focused on the work. and that's very true for jared. you know, he is somebody who just likes to get things done. so he doesn't get involved in sort of all of that. ainsley: i know you are going to wisconsin and talking to the voters and to the people. >> yes. ainsley: to the core of this great country. we are going to come down to washington later in the week and talk to you about that. >> i look forward to it. >> great to see you. brian: varney one of them a good boxer i don't know which one. steve: and kellyanne conway.
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actually. much better than the left wants to you to know about. first of all, since the president's inauguration nearly 600,000 new jobs created in america. manufacturing mining, drilling going very strong. 200,000 part-time jobs replaced with full-time jobs. the unemployment rate 4.3%. the u 6. let's not get technical. the real unemployment rate all the way down to 8.4%. home sales up. mortgage applications up. home prices up. credit scores average 700. best in a decade. stocks are at record highs. the dow industrials have gone up to 10%, 15% since the election. steve: why is that? because trump is a red tape cutter? >> no -- yes. it's the promise of growth in the future from tax cuts, less red tape, an an infrastructure. ainsley: why don't you hear about it? brian: because it's not done yet. tax reform is not done yet. healthcare is not done yet.
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corporate taxes aren't done yet. even though the president wants it a whole group wants to stop him. >> yes. the left wants to stop him. the left knows if the president is successful, especially with tax cuts, the economy will start to roll and that will put the republicans and the president in a strong position for the elections next year. ainsley: they are putting politics ahead of what's good for america? >> absolutely they are. yes. i think it's a disgrace, quite frankly. here we have the media concentrating en masse, russia, russia, russia. comey, comey, comey, plots, investigations. all of that is front page news all the time. what's going on in peoples' lives, better jobs, wages, housing improving. the improvement in our economy, our financial way of life, that goes uncovered. and that's a crying shame. brian: right. steve: absolutely. >> there you have it. brian: 9:00 to noon fox business we are watching you. >> glad to hear it. brian: straight ahead? steve: evander holyfield
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overnight after a massive hole rips in the engine during takeoff. >> it got really loud and it was like -- >> i feel blessed it wasn't worse than it looks. jillian: forced to circle for an hour before landing safely back in sydney. no word on the cause. oscar lopez rivera cheered and booed while being honored at new york's puerto rico can day parade. his group claim responsibility for more than 100 bombings across the u.s. this as primary care cans overwhelmingly voted to become the 51st state. congress has the final say on whether that happens. ainsley? ainsley: thanks, jillian. outrage over new york city play paid for in part by your tax dollars. laura shaffer of am 970 the answer, the radio show, saw this year's shakespeare in the park and she joins us now to talk about it laura, what did you see julia
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caesar a shakespeare production. what surprised you? >> i was expecting it to be a classic rendition of julius caesar. the stage was set very modern and american. classic images in the background. i knew it was going to be different. of course we know julius caesar character as the lead, when that character was brought forth and it was donald trump, i mean, they didn't specifically say it, but his hair, blond, reddish, had the tie tied too long. he was obviously the leader. knowing where that was going, i was appalled, appalled. because you know then that the character is assassinated midway through the play. and just to see that portrayed in central park was just too far. ainsley: what was the reaction from the crowd the liberal new york crowd? >> i think they accepted it and were fine with it. it was funny. it was imament. buentertainment.but to me is tht of the united states. he is in an office that
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should be respected. like him or hate him, he is still the president of the united states. i just saw it this is way too far. ainsley: as brutal as what cathy griffin did. >> i would say if not worse because it was a live rendition of it. so planned and calculated and we are seeing it over and over again in front of a live audience 2,000 people every night it's just too much. ainsley: some the corporate sponsors have pulled out after this all became -- people in the media were aware of this. i understand the play has been running for weeks now. it only has one more week to run. corporate sponsors that just pulled out delta and bank of america. however, american express and "new york times" has not pulled out yet and no telling whether or not they will. what was your reaction to that? >> it makes me sad for shakespeare in the park because the overall -- the public theater is a great thing. but, yet, at some point like justice needs to happen. like this is not okay. tax dollars are paying for this. like this is not okay. i'm glad to see delta
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airlines pull out. i'm glad to see bank of america pull out. at the same time i grieve because this shouldn't have happened. somebody along the way should have realized this is not okay. ainsley: yeah, the bigger picture. what's your reaction to the way the mainstream media is covering this? you have cathy griffin holding up the head of a decapitated president with blood. you have julia caesar on stage with blood all over his shirt and blood spatters all over the stage. >> yeah. like i said, i just think we have misplaced any form of respect for our president. whether right or left side offed it doesn't matter, he is still the president of the united states. if this had happened for barack obama, if it happened for george w. bush, any president in history, it would have been absolutely an outrage. ainsley: would it have happened if president obama were in office? >> no, no. you can imagine that first time it was on we would be hearing about it this is weeks since it has been on in central park. we are just now starting the
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brian: we're downstairs. we took the stairs. steve: so let's go upstairs. jillian has the headlines. jillian: good morning. before you leave the house, this is what you need to know. it's a miracle no one was killed. that's what an illinois community is saying after
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devastating explosion destroys two homes and damages more than 50 others. take a look at that crews pulling four people from the wreckage of one of those nearby homes, taking two of them to the hospital. officials think it was caused by a gas leak. they don't believe anyone was inside either destroyed home at the time. another iran deal blow for the obama administration. reportedly keeping a major iranian cyber attack a secret. the washington free bedone revealing iran hacked the emails and social media accounts of state department officials during a crucial stage of the nuclear deal back in 2015. critics say the administration hid the attack because they feared it could harm support for the deal. the democrats newest strategy to win back rural voters, declare war on
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almond milk. wisconsin senator tammy baldwin is heading a bill called the dairy pride act. it would ban the use of the word milk on certain plant based drinks. the democrat says fighting for local issues will help win other voters in dairy country ahead of her re-election run next year. president trump won 71% of the votes in rural counties in november's rural election. minor league baseball team icy chugging contest ends with the most spectacular brain freeze. take a look. [laughter] >> and time, time. jillian: oh my gosh. look at him. this young kid fighting through excrucial united states pain to win the redbirds contest. the team tweeting their support after the game writing quote our man was not going to be denied any iceee chugging contest no matter the cost. so we have to give a huge congratulations to him for sticking through that.
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ainsley: that is so cute though. steve: the remedy for brain freeze is you are supposed to put your tongue on the top of your mouth. brian: it doesn't work. ainsley: try it now. brian: buy me a slushy. ainsley: brain freeze or throat freeze? i never had the brain freeze. brian: congratulations. brain freeze ains answer really a pain up here. brian: better not cause brain damage because we are all in trouble then. steve: joining us from the north lawn of the of the white house. kellyanne conway. >> good morning. steve: what is going on, i know attorney general jeff sessions was going to testify before some other committee this week to talk about the budget for the department of justice. and now they have decided because some people were going to ask him about comey and mueller and all that other stuff they have decided to put him out in front of the senate intel committee? >> yes. well, he is willing to cooperate and share what he knows. what really caught my ear yesterday was senator dianne feinstein, of course, a
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democrat, saying that she would like to investigate further the fact that jim comey admitted under oath that he exceeded to the wishes of attorney general attorney general loretta lynch. a full blown investigation to quote a matter. taking something from an investigation, calling it a matter is no small thing. and it's not a semantics difference. this was an investigation. 33,000 deleted emails. steve: criminal. >> yes. 33,000 deleted emails of a private server of smashing phones with hammers. the last time i smashed my phone with a hammer, i wasn't trying to not conceal evidence. i really like the fact that we're talking about both attorneys generate now. because i think the untold story from last week's testimony it reflected very poorly on members of the obama administration as well. ainsley: what was your reaction to senator dianne feinstein a big democrat from the state of california? and she even agrees with you. she says loretta lynch, we
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need to be asking more questions about what actually happened there. >> that's right. ainsley. comey told the whole world he acceded to the wishes. made him feel quote queazy but he had no problem doing that this is a man who admitted he leekdz a memo to hurt this president and he admitted to agreeing to loretta lynch's request to downgrade, essentially, something that was an investigation to be calling it a matter. it also goes back to the tarmac meeting between link and president bill clinton. it takes about four and a half minutes, not 45 minutes to talk about golf and the grand kids, a couple selfies included. i think those questions of what we swirled around. and i think what senator feinstein as a democrat did is very refreshing because the democrat, now they basically say the word russia more than they say america. brian: right. >> they are obsessive about this. they are obstructionists. they will have to go home and face their constituents at some point when they say what was your message? they have no message. no direction. no leader.
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no compunction to try to cooperate with this white house or the republican majority in both houses. republican governors and republican state legislators across the board. there is no willingness to cross over and support what i would say are even nonpartisan issues like air traffic control and infrastructure reform. ivanka and her father's work place initiatives this week. workforce development. we can't get people to say hey, skills training, technical vocational education great idea. i will cross over and support. brian: all right, kellyanne, just talking about this whole thing and the big picture, so far many people are saying no collusion. now they are saying most legal experts say they don't see obstruction of justice. i don't know what robert mueller is doing with his road team there. what lindsey graham said yesterday, mr. president, if you just don't talk about comey and russia, if you are quiet about this, we will clear you because we don't believe you were even colluding with your own
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party let alone another country. will the president not talk about comey and russia and just punt to his legal team and allow republicans and others to clear him? >> the president was very active this weekend speaking about this very matter. and so everybody can see what he thinks at the moment. he spoke about it on friday. he spoke about it every day this week either publicly or on social media which is a very powerful platform for him. he says he reaches over 100 million people combined. he certainly cuts out the middle man. but to your point, let's talk about the things that we didn't learn the other day, that we didn't hear. we heard nothing. we heard that donald trump is not under investigation, never was. all the media who said he was and that he misunderstood jim comey are yet to apologize. it was one little retraction that there is no evidence of obstruction of justice or collusion. that russia. steve: here comes your vacuum. >> here it is. they love us. hey, guys. it's a very clean lawn here at the white house.
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steve: and that russia had no impact on the elections, only when hillary clinton. brian: kellyanne conway you are a genius at politics. any time the president mentions comey or russia, it doesn't work to his ad van tang. it works to the democrats. so if you agree with that maybe you don't, if you agree with that and the president wants to get his agenda through, wouldn't he be better off not doing anything about those things, letting others do it? >> is he likely watching and getting your advice right now, brian. at the same time, i don't know why people just can't cover both. in other words, if i hear one more time we wanted to cover infrastructure, we wanted to cover jobs and workforce development. we really wanted to talk about this incredible economy of 4.3% unemployment. lowest in 15 years. fewer unemployed since 2007, i believe. and certainly the confidence numbers are way up for the last decade. they haven't been this high. so why can't people cover both stories? brian: because they are trying to kill you. because these other media
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outlets are trying to kill you. >> they need to quote accept the election results. all the things that i was asked, the president was asked, and everybody was asked six weeks to sunday october 19th debate in las vegas when he said i will keep you in suspense. next day he said in ohio hay rally i will accept them if i win. people freaked out and still freaking out. the responsibility is to cover all of the above. the media has a great responsibility and great role here. they could be telling the veterans that hey. brian: but they're not. >> but they should. you at least give us a platform to talk about facts and all the great things that are happening that impact real people's lives. ainsley: that's because kellyanne conway they care more about politics than they do about america. >> this guy is great for ratings and click bait and ad sales. that's it, too. ainsley: plain and simple the economy looks really good right now. the dow since he has been elected up 16%. s&p up almost 14%.
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nasdaq up almost 20%. >> well, and you can't deny all the confidence numbers as well. which is an optimistic projection. it means that business owners and job creators and consumers will spend their money. they will invest. and they feel very good about the president's policies, all the regulatory roll back. they feel very good about tax reform coming. about healthcare getting completed. these infrastructure investments. the idea that this white house is going to do what's not been done which to dignify and expand the opportunities for people to get a portable credential or certificates that allows them to go and support themselves right out of high school and not amass an amount of debt in college. if they're not college material. so what? there are all kinds of career paths i grew up with the welders and all. you know what in the american people know it we hear from them all the time. we are praying for you. we support you. we know things are progressing. i think the democrats are guilty of obstruction of progress. that evidence is very clear. steve: all right.
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kellyanne conway, of course, your boss, the president of the united states your boss said james comey was a leaker. i saw online it turns out you are the big leaker from the white house because you were talking to some people at a party. >> yeah. well, if i were a great leaker i would get much better press. don't you think? part of why i don't is because i won't divulge confidential information. two things there. first of all, mark short is one of my best friends in the west wing. he came to my wedding 16 years ago and he and chris citizen are friends of ours. and our families are close. i don't wonder what he does every day. i marvel at it. and i often join in those efforts. i think we had three or four meetings together just last week. director of legislative affairs. one of the many unsung heroes behind me. the other thing is i never divulge what the president tells me. i never would. the president has said publicly that we'll all find out. we have to waited and see if there are tapes. i repeated that and i said i converted to no comment. i said that publicly.
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♪ brian: a high school coming under fire. you might not have heard about this after president trump's name is removed from two student yearbook photos because it was on their shirt and sweatshirt. steve: apparently just air brushed off and another student's quote from president trump also excluded. ainsley: rob schmidt joins us now to tell us all about it good morning, rob. rob: something else. a story a lot of people are going to talk about i'm sure. a school district in the blue state of new jersey discussing how political censorship ended up creeping into their school yearbook. wyatt donorvich wore a trump
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logo on his sweater vest. another student wore a make america great again t-shirt. you see here when they got the class photos on the left everything was fine. when they saw the yearbook last week the logos were edited out you can plainly see in these photos. they say it didn't happen to anybody else at the school. just to them and also to wyatt's sister who happens to be the freshman class president. her yearbook quote was a classic quote from the president quote i like thinking big. if you are going to be thinking anything, you might as wealthy big. that quote never made the yearbook. however the senior class president's fdr quote did. telling steve it's pretty clear what's going on. >> i don't know. i guess someone just didn't like our president and wanted to not have him in the yearbook, but that's taking away mine, grant's and my sister's freedom of speech and freedom of expression. >> well, the superintendent says she is quite disturbed by what happened and released this statement. the allegations are
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disturbing indeed. the administration applauds students for becoming involved in politics, making their voices known, and taking an active part in our democracy. the school's dress code does not prevent students from expressing their political views. the district now has to figure out how this happened. that's going to be their job on this is to figure out who is the inside person that did this editing. steve: the family would like to see once they figure out who the -- once they unmask the photo shopper is essentially to reprint all the yearbooks so everybody has got the actual picture of the actual students taken on that actual photo day. rob: right, exactly. steve: thanks, rob. ainsley: thank you. brian: 11 minutes before the top of the hour. steve: we just heard kellyanne conway talk about one thing the democrats and republicans agree on. that is loretta lynch, former attorney general should be investigated. >> i think we need to know more about that. and there is only one way to know about it, and that's to have the judiciary committee take a look at that.
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steve: oh boy. ed henry with more that at the top of the hour. stick around for that. brian: he is the world's only four time heavyweight champion. now he is in the boxing hall of fame as of yesterday. evander holyfield is to talk about his career. see if it reaches his approval. steve: how are you? ♪ usaa gives me the peace of mind and the security just like the marines did. the process through usaa is so effortless, that you feel like you're a part of the family.
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brian: one of the newest members of the boxing hall of fame is none other than the real deal to ever win heavyweight title four separate times evander holyfield. he joins us in the studio one day after going to the hall of fame. what was it like, evander, congratulations? >> it was great. it's amazing to find you are the best. i remember a time i wanted to be the best but i just didn't know what the best was. brian: like so many people in those moments, did you go back to the people that brought you there. and first and foremost, your mom. your mom told you don't quit. and so many times you could have. do you remember being 11 years old and you're at boxing and you couldn't beat this one guy. you said his name was cecil collin. >> he beat me twice. brian: you said i'm quitting. >> she said i didn't raise a quitter. i couldn't quit. brian: go back and fight him. >> go back and he beat me
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again. and i tried to quit quietly. and but my momma found out that i lost again, told me to go back and i won the third time. brian: she said okay, evander, you can quit. what did you say? >> no. i won't. brian: you wouldn't have had a boxing career if your football coach didn't bench you. >> right. brian: if you were playing and weren't so frustrated you said i'm going to stop football and focus on boxing. thought you were too small. >> right, exactly. coach shepard just -- he is like put me on the bench. but then he found that i could play. asked me would i come back? i told him i'll just box. brian: evander the message of your career and some others, it's what you do after you don't reach your goals to find how are. great moments in your career. holyfield, riddick. you fought three times. first time the heavyweight champion and you lose
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despite a classic tenth round. what did you learn from that? >> you know, in the point of losing, i kind of gained because everybody say oh my goodness. did you see the beating he took? he keep coming. brian: holyfield wouldn't stop. if you want inspiration watch tenth round. most significant fight is mike tyson. not the bite the first one. no one remembers. you knocked him out on his feet. you won the title from the guy. >> yeah. it was amazing that first fight was the fight that i had to prove to everybody. because -- been had the heavyweight champion two times but they say you didn't beat mike. and you know what? i beat him the third time. i beat that time and weight off the shoulders. brian: also showed you weren't scared. fought through the round, after the round in between round. and fight mike and knocking out buster douglass. one of the most inspirational athletes of his generation finally goes into the hall of fame. evander hole field.
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it is your life and nobody else's. brian: i'm against those words. i don't like them at all. ainsley: that's why you stuck around with us. brian: i'm the lewis and clark. steve: ed henry, eddy, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: let's recap last week. james comey on capitol hill, no smoking gun. we had ivanka a while ago and said her father felt vindicated because mr. comey did tell president donald trump three times you're not under investigation. explain what this week holds for us because attorney general who was supposed to go to budget meeting before lawmakers, now they are going to put him in front of senate intel committee because they have questions about what's been going on? >> it is a pivotal week, number one for jeff sessions. after the whole comey testimony
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he went behind closed doors and allegedly said that there was a third undisclosed meeting between jeff sessions as a senator in 2016 and the russian embassador. we don't know whether that's true. i want to be very clear. this is just a report. there have been a lot of report that is turned out to be false but this will give jeff sessions a chance to clear the air because if there's another undisclosed meeting it would be very bad for him. maybe the administration can finally turn the corner. when you listen to what ivanka trump said on the show, a lot of new information, talking about the economy, getting the administration back focused on what her father was elected to do and yet at the news conference on friday in the rose garden, i was there with the white house with the president when he was talking about vindication, yes, he can make that claim and in the next breath i'm willing to testify under oath 100% robert mueller.
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that shows confidence, but that's the last thing the lawyers want him to do. my point is that this administration has to stop a way to stop creating news on the story and stop talking. >> excuse me, attorney general in public or private? >> we frankly don't know. even dianne feinstein doesn't know if it's public or not. ainsley: james comey testified on thursday and said that loretta lynch, former attorney general under president obama asked to down play, liberal left democrat from california she said this about what happens
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next. one way to know about it is to have judiciary committee take a look at that. >> james comey was saying that he felt queasy when loretta lynch asked him to make it a matter and that's what she's referring to when she said i had a queasy feeling. >> you know what, the republicans on that panel have a letter or press conference or whatever and say, yes, let's look at that and take a senior democrat from san francisco at her word and say, yes, the democrats are going to finally take a look at the obama-clinton loretta lynch justice department and find out what really happened. that was a dramatic revelation. james comey under oath saying he was being pressured basically by the democratic attorney general to make the hillary clinton investigation seem less important and not criminal. steve: ed, trying to influence
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the election. >> guess what, how many democrats have been up there since the election screaming and yelling about how donald trump won this election unfairly and that all they want are independent fair investigations of russia and all of this, now we find out it was not really an independent and fair investigation of hillary clinton, that the democratic attorney general was maybe trying to do a bidding for hillary clinton. i want to hear more about the memo real fake and existing and nonexisting in the convention to loretta lynch, no matter what happens they'll be no back and forth, they'll be no -- they'll be no indictment on hillary clinton. did that in fact, prompt james comey to do the press conference that still has many on both sides of the aisle befuddled since last july. >> how many times was obama
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asked about hillary clinton e-mail, they say that's being handled by the fbi, we don't want to be involved with that, this is an independent probe. again, with the trump-russia situation we keep hearing the democratic lectures about how the white house can't be polluting what's happening in the fbi and justice department. this was going on last year under a democratic justice department and you're hearing very little about it. steve: by the way, loretia lynch pushed back to surrogate, by the way, i did say a matter to a group of people and nobody said a word to object including james comey who seems to take mental notes on everything that disturbs him and uses it when the time is right. >> you know what, brian, play the string as well. i hope to james comey that you will let this one go, we heard democrats, but when the commander in chief says that leads someone to feel pressure, right, so now the attorney general -- former attorney
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general is saying i told a group of matter i would rather call a matter than investigation. i just told a few people. brien: he's still intimidated. >> who are you going to believee started the conversation, brian, you said to kellyanne conway. republican sendly -- lindsey graham, believes that james comey never would have been allowed to testify by robert mueller if in fact, he was working on obstruction of justice. he allowed comey to testify because they realize, i hope to let this go is not obstruction of justice. fast-forward to lindsey graham. yesterday on a program was saying, look, the president is going to be in the clear here, that's from a critic sometimes of donald trump, but again, the administration has to stop, you know, there's now talk that
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maybe somehow the president has the power to fire robert mueller. why in the world would he do that, stop and focus on the economy. ainsley: julian turner says it's so tough when you talk about messaging, when you focus all last week on infrastructure, the president has a whole team, he has a whole team that's doing the workforce tour with ivanka and she said it's so frustrating when you work in the white house when you put all the blood sweat and tears and you watch the mainstream media and they talk about russia, they talk about comey, comey. we had ivanka earlier and she said it is time to get back to work. that's why she and her dad are going to wisconsin to talk to folks who are in school in some of the technical schools. listen to what she said. >> my father felt very vindicated in all the statements that he's been making and feels incredibly optimistic and at the white house and throughout the
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administration we were incredibly focused on the reason we all went to washington and what we are fighting for. ainsley: she's talk about -- it's frustrating. steve: next week the house of representatives are going to take out a bipartisan bill take a billion dollars to training apprentices and people like that because there's a huge skills gap in america. >> what i heard from ivanka trump was something else that was very interesting. she used the word transformative. that is kind of a buzz word in politics where you're saying, she wants us to be a presidency like ronald reagan that transforms the country. not the obama presidency who was doing little executive actions because they were frustrated. they want this to be transformative presidency. with all due respect she did not mention that her father was tweeting about jamesomey this weekend. he's a leaker, he's the one under fire, he has to move on
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and this is a potential pivot point for this administration this week and she layed tout battle plan. we will see if they follow. brian: put your head to the wall, you can hear it. thanks ed henry. ainsley: thank you. it depends on the month, not in november. brian: really? depends on who it is. julian, you the other guys? >> good morning to you, guys, let's get started with this, in just hours the supreme court could rule on whether to enforce president trump's border order. the issue is the pause on citizens from muslim-majority nations about religion or national security. the trump administration says the executive order puts america first and will allow time to come up with a tougher vetting process. opponents have until 3:00 this afternoon to file a response. also happening in court today montana congressman elect gianforte expect today plea guilty in attacking of a reporter. >> i'm sick and tired of you guys.
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the last time you came in here you did the same thing, get the hell out of here. >> that incident taking place last month the day before the special election. gianforte faces up to six months in jail for misdemeanor assault. he is expected to be sworn in by congress later this month. jeff immelt became ceo in september of 2001 just four days before the terror attacks. the 61-year-old is credited with leading the company through the 2008 financial crisis. john flannery, the president and ceo of ge health care will take over august 1st. immelt will remain as chairman through the end of the year and the stanley cup is staying in the steel city. pittsburgh penguins winning their second straight championship. take a look. >> the stanley cup champions >> the penguins beating nashville predators, winning
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playoff mvp for second straight year. nationals couldn't pull out the win at home despite country music star faith hill at the crowd before the game. ♪ ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] >> as you can see, husband tim mcgraw giving her a huge hug afterwards. unstoppable. [laughter] brian: star power nashville couldn't do it this time. >> they could not. brian: i learned to look left and then look right. have you heard this newt gringrich's message to the gop. >> people mueller is bringing in is dangerous people. anybody who thinks this counsel is going to be neutral, is crazy. brian: turns out he's over to my
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>> look at mueller is starting to hire. these are people who frankly look to me like they are setting up to go after trump. i think this is going to be a witch hunt. i disinfrastructures independent counsels. i think the people mueller is bringing in are dangerous people and any republican who thinks this counsel is going to be newt real is -- knew real is crazy. brian: republicans being urge to put an end in special investigation. are any on board? joining us member and still in military reserves adam kissinger. >> great to be here. brian: the quality of people and the budget that they have at this committee with guys with tony who has a great reputation, michael who has argued a hundred cases in front of the supreme court. he's a criminal guys and people wonder if there's another agenda be so close mueller and comey
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are together in the disdain comey has for the president. >> he wants to enjoy life and he has been hired to get answers. whenever new piece of news come out, people automatically yell that it's not real and it's not fake and some other people come out and scream impeachment. brian: now we find out one of the people, at least in one case is the former fbi director james comey. >> everybody is interested in answering questions this moment. lindsey graham made the point that mueller wouldn't have allowed comey to testify if
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there was obstruction of justice. anybody in the administration, the left is going to look really bad having called for impeachment so long. i disagree with the former speaker when he says basically he how old be fired and move on. that's the wrong answer right now because there are, frankly 60-some percent of americans that are interested and need answers to this, all americans need answers and we are going to get there. brian: i don't know robert mueller, i just know he's buddies with comey and clearly comey can't be fair and balance about this investigation. i hope he's not trying to do something for his friend. >> we all hope so. i think from what i know about him he's a good american that wants to get the answers and understands that this question is about our democracy and not just 2018 or 2020. brian: always great to see you, thanks so much. he was fighting wars and now in washington.
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ainsley: quick headlines for you, another arrest overnight in london terror attack. british authorities arresting a 19-year-old man, the 21st overall. we are also getting our first look at the fake suicide vest that is were sworn by the three killers. there they are. police say the blood spattered belts made with plastic bottled waters were to create maximum fear and terror leader oscar
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rivera cheered and booed while being honored in puerto rican parade yesterday, terror group claimed responsibility more more than one hundred bombings across the u.s. brian: i think we have final say, actually. it's ultimately going to be our decision. steve: many in the media portray protests against sharia law against protest against islam. >> the clash erupting over islam. >> protestors and counter protestors squaring against threat of islamic law or in defense of muslim americans. >> activists say they promote a distorted view of islam. brian: right, that doesn't paint accurate picture. ainsley: our own pete hegseth went out and talked to protests. pete: they're going to dumb it down and say these are racists, let's go out and find what they
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really think and how they really feel and what they're protesting against. this is what they had to say here in new york city. >> today was a protest going onto -- protest sharia law which is an extreme version of islam. >> i don't think that killing people or mistreating woman is a religion. >> are you out here protesting against islam or sharia law. >> sharia law. >> i want to make sure that we are aware of everything that sharia is, we are aware of the dangers. >> you here to protest against islam? >> it's not against islam. it's against sharia law. >> we have to stop that already. america has to be strong about this. >> it's not about being against muslims, it's just being the ideology of, i guess, murdering homosexuals and treating women
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as a second-class, just dehumanizing. >> over in britain they were frogs boiling in water and now they're dead. >> critics are saying saying saying that you're antimuslim, are you antimuslim? >> absolutely not. what needs to happen a reformation from the religion from the inside and i feel like that needs to start with muslim. we need muslims and none of these people would want to kick out muslims from this country. that's not what we are about leer. at least that's my understanding of america. steve: i'm confused because when you looked at the mainstream media depiction of it is completely different than what those people said. >> of course, the violent clashes that happened in minneapolis were induced by counterprotestors that were going out to folks saying you are racists. of course, we have religious liberty and we welcome muslims but we can't have an extreme form sharia law being introduced in anyway. >> it's amaze to go see the
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protestors show up in all black outfits again. it shows a social media organization. >> the so-called antifascist who are in a fascist way shut people down. it's amazing. our patriots saying, i love the cops, i love the country and the military and i want to work with partners around the world and not let it be shed here. steve: i heard lee greenwood in the background. i heard it was a patriotic crowd. >> pete, thanks, guys. ainsley: portraying the assassination of president trump, our next guest says this kind of things could have serious consequences, dan bangino will talk about it next. >> teenager blocked from walking in military uniform. thousand school is trying to spin this one? we will explain garfunkel (instrumental)
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> welcome to the shake shack. ainsley: don't we wish. brian: i can't get a beer there. you can get a beer? steve: absolutely. not right now. ainsley: the question is can you get a shake. i think you can. steve: let's bring in dan
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bongino, officer and host of renegade republican joins us from palm beach, dan, good morning to you. >> hey, thanks for having me. steve: ainsley was doing a great story today talking about free shakespeare in the park, they did julius cesar this year, rather than julius cesar was in the form of donald trump and, of course, there's a terrible murder of him and now two of the big responsors have pulled out. bank of america and delta have said, you know what, we don't want our name attach today this. new york times and american express say we are still in it. what do you make of this? >> yeah, you know, this is so grossly irresponsible. let me caveat this by saying i'm not directing comment at all democrats, there are a lot of responsible democrats out there but to the far-left radical who is have engaged in what six-month effort to normalize violence against trump, mock beheadings, mock assassinations, i don't think you have any idea
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the damage you're doing right now both to the country and to the threat level to trump. listen and the secret service i spent a lot of time at a protective intelligence squad and all we do is interview people who threaten the president. you basically have two types, terrorist groups who don't care, they don't need inspiration and then you have people with psychological disorders who see something like this and could be the trigger moment for them to inspire them to go do something. do you have any idea how irresponsible this is? of course they don't because they don't deal it on the front line. think think it's art. it's not art, it's disgusting. >> so many people, the murder of john lennon, you see how delusional they are, all they need is a trigger and you have shakespeare in the park, and then kathy griffin, what's the big deal. here is ivanka trump from a family's perspective.
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>> it is hard and there's a level of viciousness that i was not expecting. i was not expecting the intensity of this experience but this isn't supposed to be easy. my father and his administration intends to be transformative and we want to do baying -- big and bold things. i didn't expect this to be easy and i think some of the distractions and some of the veracity was -- i was a little blind-sided by on a personal level. for me, i'm trying to keep my head down and not listen to the noise and just work really hard to make a positive impact on the lives of many people. steve: there she is speaking generally about now that she has relocate today washington, d.c., how the -- the viciousness all the critics against the trump family not what she saw going
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in. brian: think about think about this guy, it's a new york woman. it's not that she doesn't have experience of nasty behavior. the party of jfk, the democrat party has been on slow decline and lost their moral base. i'm not talking about all democrats. the modern far leftist, the modern liberal sees the world in terms of the good and the bad guys, the oppressor versus the oppressed, they don't care what ends they need to justify means which is removing trump from power, normalizing power against them, outrageous outlandish language and making up false crimes against them like the trump-russia fairy tale. the left has gone mad with rage. ainsley: did you hear what senator was saying? we will get your reaction.
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>> had he kept any of the promises, no. [laughter] >> instead -- [cheers and applause] >> sorry. i understand this is a younger audience, it's okay. fundamentally, if we are not helping people we should go -- ainsley: wow, using the f-word and the excuse that it's a younger crowd, you would appreciate this? >> i am a new yorker and i have no problem with dropping the f-bombs. brian: she pauses before she winds up. >> she says at one point and you guys are a younger crowd as if the focus group told her beforehand, hey, you're talking to a younger crowd, throw an
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f-bomb and they're going to give you applause. they think by throwing a few curse words in there they're going to -- steve: the washington post dismisses says because this is nothing new. she does it all of the time. there's a quote she talked about having anxiety dreams shortly after the inauguration and stressing over not responding to a ted cruz's daughter who was trying to sell her girl scout cookies, oh, my god, i have to blank, order those cookies. she just got a salty personality. >> right. that's her defense. >> listen, i spent time in the white house, i run for office, listeners listen up, the democrats, everything they do is focus-group tested. nothing is natural, they have zero -- what's their message, bathroom equality, your taxes are to a low, the government needs to get bigger, they have
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no real message, what do they do, someone told them you guys have to curse a little more and tom pérez and kirsten took them and it's a farce and total joke. the democratic party is a hoax, not for the working men. brian: they are running in fear of the left because the moderate that maybe want to work with republicans are scared to death of alienating those on the left. >> i'm really hoping that bernie sanders win takes over. your taxes are too low american, we need to hike them. you know this government is too small. if we only double the size of it the coal miner in west virginia would start pulling the lever. cheer on bernie. steve: time for free anything. dan bongino, thanks very much. see you next week. ainsley: we will hand it up to julian.
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>> good morning, from upstairs, guys, good morning to you as well. let's start with this, terrifying moments in the air, a packed plane making an emergency landing overnight after a massive hole rips in the engine during takeoff. >> it got really loud. >> i feel blessed that it wasn't much worse. >> flight to shanghai forced to circle for an hour before landing safely in sidney. no word on the cause. how about this story, a man spent 17 years in prison not only the suspect looks like him but has the same name. lawyers verifying picture of look-alike, you can see on the right, the same witness couldn't tell them apart during a recent court hearing, the other man lived near crime scene but no dna evidence linking them to the
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robbery. army reserve medic says he was originally told it was okay to wear army blues but when he showed up administrators turned him away. >> they said they had an extra cap and gown and i said, i'm sorry, i can't do that, that's defacing the uniform, that's against the uniform policy. >> the school has apologized to fletcher thanking him for his service. we thank you as well. that's a look at your headlines, now let's go outside with janice dean where it is hot today, janice. swran january hello, you guys like the heat? [cheers and applause] janice: you guys like new york city? >> yeah. janice: what's the best tv program? fantastic. it's going to be hot today. we are going to break records. it's going to be cold enough for
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>> former fbi director james comey confessing last week that he is a leaker of his own memos. >> my judgment was i need today get that out into the public square and so i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with the reporter. i didn't do it myself for a variety of reasons but i asked him to because i thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. steve steve president trump responding with harsh words to comey. i believe they would be far more prevalent than anyone possible. totally illegal, very cowardly. our next statement says that's an understatement. joining us michael goodwin, good morning to you. you were referring to the ex-fbi director j. edgar comey.
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>> so look, i think the president is right that comey was a very big leaker and in my column i document three different cases where it looks like in addition to the one that he admitted in the senate testimony there was one before that and then one before that and there are a number of others in "the new york times" and washington post where you have the same reporters who cover the justice department always referring to senior officials, comey associates. steve: sounds like mr. comey. >> somebody has very good source who is are very close to mr. comey. steve: of course, what we discovered last week he had no problem when loretia lynch said let's call it a matter and not a criminal investigation because that's bad for hillary. >> it looks like all along he was secretly part of resistance to donald trump.
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steve steve he's a never-trumper. >> i think it's an amazing situation because he and mueller are friends. i'm not sure how it works. it looks like trump has two against one. steve: we got the text of what he was going to say, mr. comey the day before and he talked about how comey said trump made a request that he drop the flynn probe. so the day before it was a request but then when he's there in the hot seat he says it's an order, he ordered me to do it i took it as a direction, that's two different things. >> that's right. like a prosecutor, he's acting like a prosecutor against the president. steve: which is not his job. >> he's laying out a case and arguing to the jury which in this case is the television audience. look, i think it was skillful but i think it was also dirty. steve: ultimately, do you think what he was trying to do is he knew that robert mueller is
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special counsel was watching on tv and he was trying to put his thumb on the scale to push the special counsel toward the idea that the president obstructed justice? >> oh, i think that's his aim. i think comey wants to see the president impeached. i think we know he met with mueller. we know that mueller has all the memos which congress cannot get but some citizens have them, some friends of comey has them. congress doesn't have them and mueller reviewed and approved his testimony. steve: no kidding. jay edward comey. thank you very much. coming up, he's a country music legend and now daughter is following in her father footsteps. but first let's check in with dana on what happens on the channel in ten minutes. >> good morning, well, you know it's a big week for the trump administration as the attorney general agrees to testify before the senate tomorrow.
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ainsley: he is a country music legend with ten gram my -- grammy awards. >> who is she?
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>> that's your second wife. >> you were married for 16 years and then you met me. >> in all likelihood your difficulties are due to alzheimer's disease. >> campbell has recorded and released final album. it is called adios. joining us now glen campbell's daughter and is following her dad's footsteps in music and also her brothers and also his wife. thank you so much for being here. how is glen doing? >> well, he's cheerful and content but he's the late stage of alzheimer's, probably late stage six beginning of stage seven. but i have to qualify that because every time i tell people that, they think, you know, they'll be things on the internet saying, he's on his death bed or something, the stages last for years, so, you know, but he's happy all of the time, you know, singing.
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he's lost his ability to speak, so he doesn't understand what anybody says to him. he -- >> he can speak he just doesn't know how to use language. >> a little giberish. ainsley: what's it like for you? >> it's heartbreaking certainly. it's what's happening and you have to learn how to deal with it but what's nice is sometimes his funny personality still shines through and he'll make a joke even though it won't be with language really, he will go through the same physical motions of making a joke and look right at you like you're supposed to laugh now. ainsley: he was diagnosed at 70 year's old, he's 80 now. >> in early 70's. when we did the film i remark 75, so probably 74, 75.
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ainsley: you're here to tell us about the latest album is called adios. why is it called adios? >> after the song by jimmy webb, by the time i get to phoenix. glen's favorite song writer and these were songs that glen always sang around the house and always wanted to record but was never -- just never got around to it so we kind of hepped him check off his bucket list. ainsley: wow, how can we get information if we want to buy it? >> amazon, it's on the internet. ainsley: what about your cause? >> careliveing.org and a website to encourage caregivers to take care of themselves while they take care of others. ainsley: we love him and and love his music. we have more "fox & friends" just moments away
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>> there you go. "fox & friends" weekend. we had a great time. all the fans were great to come out for the yankees. thank yankees for scoring five million runs. >> bill: another high-profile hearing taking place tomorrow on capitol hill. jeff sessions goes before the same senate intelligence committee to answer questions about the russia matter. how far will he go? we await to see on that as we say good morning. it's monday. hope you had an awesome weekend. i'm bill hemmer. and you? >> shannon: we're rejuvenated and ready to go. i'm shannon bream. session's hearing coming days after comey's bombshell testimony before the same committee. >> bill: sessions recused himself from the russia investigation back in march. it left rob

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